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Author Archives: Luige del Puerto

Thank you, Arizona Capitol Times

 I am leaving at a time when our readership and overall business are growing. Our content is as timely and as relevant as ever, and I am fully confident those trends will continue after I’ve left.  I will truly miss working for the Arizona Capitol Times. It's been a real honor leading our small but mighty newsroom, which, I truly believe, produces the best journalism in our state. 

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Congratulations to the 2020 Breakdown Breakouts!

Amidst a global pandemic, this year’s honorees persist in getting the work done. Their work ensures that critical services continue and that policies reflect Arizona’s short and long-term interests. They have improved the educational landscape by helping teachers and promoting ...

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Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix

For Camrae McManaman, the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix was the second home that saved her life. Suicide had claimed her dad, and she later ended up in the hospital because of depression and starvation. “Because of the ...

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